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Brief Description and overview of Cookery courses in Australia
If you love cooking a variety of food, you may like to consider a career in the hospitality industry as a cook or a chef. Many international students come to Australia to study Commercial Cookery because of the top-quality training and variety of café and restaurants where you can work after your studies. Just like the population, Australia's hospitality scene is also very multicultural.
The Australian Government’s joboutlook.gov.au website shows a solid future growth prospect for the occupation of chefs and cooks. It also shows that the Chefs, on average, earn $1250 a week (2021). Due to the strong demands of chefs and cooks, there is a very high chance of getting permanent residency (PR) through an Independent subclass, state sponsor or even sponsored by an employer.
Vocational Cookery courses in Australia:
Entry requirements for International students:
(For more information, check the individual institution website or contact us)
Job-ready program and skill assessments for Chef and Cook
What are the PR options/Pathways Commercial Cookery graduates?
Different type of Migration Visa options for Cooks and Chefs
Due to the massive demand for hospitality workers, there are many PR pathway for qualified cooks and chefs. Furthermore, the Australian Government's initiative to encourage skilled workers to move to regional areas to fill the skill shortage gap in these regions means that they have created many PR pathways by studying, living and working in regional Australia.
Cook, Pastry Cook, Café or Restaurant Manager are listed on Short Term Skilled Occupation List (STSOL) and qualifies for 190 Skilled nominated Visa and 491 Skilled Regional Visa. Chef is currently listed on the Medium- and Long-Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) and qualify for VISA types 190, 189, 491 and 494.
Some of the institutions where you can study Commercial Cookery in Australia